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Phil Lesh and Friends Live at Fairfax on 1976-05-17


Topics Live concert


DISC 1
1. Fairfax Mama 7.31
2. Too Loose Ta Truck 3.46
3. Intros 1.01
4. Take Me Out To Dinner 7.15
5. Swanee River 8.13
6. Sugar Mama 15.10
7. Since I Fell For You -> 5.26
8. Proud Mary Jam 4.39
9. Jam -> 6.29
10. Next Time You See Me -> 2.04
11. Tell Me Mama 7.16
68.52
Track 2 had a loud half second blip at 0.26, patched from a little later in
same track DISC 2
1. Louie Louie -> 7.53
2. Shake It Mama 5.24
3. Slippin' & Slidin' 4.48
4. Standing At My Window -> 12.20
5. Goodnight Sweetheart 9.21
6. What'd I Say 8.31
7. Your Cash Ain't Nothing But Trash -> 4.26
8. Three Part Jam 5.50
9. Closing Jam 6.17
64.52


Collection PhilLeshandFriends
Band/Artist Phil Lesh and Friends
Venue Fairfax
Location Fairfax, CA

Source Possibly SBD -> Cass x 3 or 4 -> CDR -> Soundforge -> CDR via Alasdair Macdonald
Taped by
Transferred by

Notes

Possibly SBD -> Cass x 3 or 4 -> CDR -> Soundforge -> CDR via Alasdair Macdonald

Reviews

Reviewer: Freaky_PE - - March 5, 2012
Subject: RE: Bluenote - Great Show
Hey Bluenote,

I'm with you. Same thing happened to me this afternoon.
Reviewer: happy420 - - October 15, 2008
Subject: The Handbill for this show:
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Source: http://www.expressobeans.com/public/detail.php/14129
Reviewer: Don Young - - June 7, 2005
Subject: Touloos Ta Truck
Man!!! What a blast! I am really diggin' this show.

Energy is a 5.
Performance is a 5.
Sound quality is a 4.5

Well worth the download.
Reviewer: Bluenote - - April 20, 2005
Subject: great show
Had planned to get some work done. Nothing happening there. Just kept turning it up. Very groovy show.
Reviewer: CatFanInTheBathtub - - February 27, 2005
Subject: Touloos Ta' Truck
That's the name they went by

Phil Lesh - bass, vocals
John Allair - keyboards, lead vocals
Terry Haggerty - guitar, vocals?
Steve Mitchell - drums

This is a very interesting, high quality show. Well worth the download.
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